Alison Ross – Wire Taxidermy
Today we’re stepping outside of Maine to Artist Alison Ross and her Maine Moose Wire Taxidermy. Native of Charleston, Alison Brynn Ross has a background in graphic design. Fortunately she realized early on in her career that she was no good at cubicle work and started branching out into other creative work. Her focus has now shifted towards wire sculpture and illustration, with a smattering of graphic design. An adoration of nature led to the creation of the wire taxidermy, a study of the quirkiness of life in three dimensions.
“They are all named for towns in Maine, as it is a place very near and dear to my heart.”
“Thought I’d go old-school for my 1000th post. Moose were some of the first animals that I started making, and have been a constant in the menagerie ever since. They are all named for towns in Maine, as it is a place very near and dear to my heart. This handsome fella is named Cutler and a tony town and the bold coast.” @alisonbrynnross